Treatment of Anaerobic Digestion Effluents by Microalgal Cultures

Bayramoğlu, Tuba Hande


Treatment of organic chlorine in pulping effluents by activated sludge
Demirbas, G.; Gokcay, C.F.; Dilek, Filiz Bengü (1998-09-25)
A model activated sludge (AS) plant was fed by pulping effluents from a straw and reed processing paper works. The model was initially operated to simulate a dedicated treatment plant by continuously receiving chlorinated effluents from the pulp bleachery. In this simulation cycle the model activated:sludge was seeded only once during start-up and did not receive any domestic sewage after that. A carbon source was added in some of the experiments to bring up the organic content. In the second simulation cyc...
Treatment of gaseous trichloroethylene by sequential biotic and abitoic removal mechanisms
Tezel, Ulaş; Demirer, Göksel Niyazi; Demirer, Sibel Uludağ; Department of Environmental Engineering (2003)
Treatment of Pulp and Paper Effluents by Algae Decolorization and AOX Removal
Dilek, Filiz Bengü (1996-10-18)
Treatment of xenobiotics during anaerobic digestion and its enhancement upon post-ozonation of the anaerobically treated sludge
Ak, Münire Selcen; Gökçay, Celal Ferdi; Department of Environmental Engineering (2012)
Treatment of waste sludge has become an important issue in recent years around the world. However, the trend of waste sludge treatment has shifted from volume minimization and stabilization to reuse of the sludge and recover the energy potential of it. Therefore, anaerobic treatment of sludge is gaining popularity because of byproduct methane production and high percentage of VSS reduction. Pre-treatment of sludge before anaerobic digestion in order to increase methane production, and ozone pre-treatment in...
Treatment of softwood bleacbery effluents by Penicillium camemberti in anaerobic jars
Taseli, BK; Gökçay, Celal Ferdi (2005-01-01)
Penicillium camemberti was found to be very effective in treating softwood pulp bleaching effluents and chlorinated model compounds like PCP, 2-chlorophenol and trichloroacetic acid. This paper examines the ability of Penicillium camemberti to degrade softwood pulping and bleaching effluents in anaerobic jars. Softwood chlorinated pulping and bleaching effluents inoculated with Penicillium camemberti (20 ml in 25-ml universal tubes) were incubated under anaerobic conditions (oxoid anaerobic jars) at 25 degr...
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N. ÜLGÜDÜR, T. H. Bayramoğlu, and G. N. DEMİRER, Treatment of Anaerobic Digestion Effluents by Microalgal Cultures. 2022.